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Chapter Four: Photo ID

CORRECTION: Poll clerks can also ask for photo ID.

QUESTIONS

1. What standards must a photo ID meet to be accepted at the polls?


            a. The voter’s name must match the voter registration list exactly; the address on

the ID must match the voter registration list exactly; there must be a social security number displayed on the ID

b. The voter’s photo must be displayed; the name on the ID must conform to the name on the voter registration list; there must be an expiration date that is either current or expired sometime after the date of the last General Election; and the ID must be issued by the State of Indiana or the US Government

            c. Only the voter’s photo and name must be displayed

            d. Only the voter’s name and addressed must be displayed

 

2. What types of photo IDs in most cases meet Indiana’s voter ID requirement?

            a. Company badges, social security cards, and birth certificates

            b. Out-of-state drivers licenses, union cards, and health insurance cards

c. Indiana driver’s licenses, Indiana photo ID cards, military IDs, and US passports

            d. Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, or Michigan driver’s licenses

 

3. What should a poll worker do if a voter does not present a photo ID?

            a. Turn the voter away

            b. Let the voter cast a regular ballot without presenting a photo ID

            c. Allow the voter to cast a provisional ballot

d. If the poll worker knows the voter, then that poll worker should allow the voter to vote without a photo ID

 

4. What exemptions exist under Indiana’s photo ID law?

a. Exemptions exist for indigent voters, religious objectors, and voters residing in state-licensed facilities where there is a polling place

b. No exemptions exist under the photo ID law

c. Exemptions exist for college students and the elderly

d. Exemptions exist for voters over age 55

 

5. What should a poll worker do if a voter claims they have an exemption under Indiana’s photo ID law?

            a. Allow them to vote if they can verify they qualify for an exemption

            b. Turn them away from the polling place because no exemptions exist

            c. Allow them to vote if they can produce a social security card

            d. Allow them to cast a provisional ballot

 

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